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Reasonable Doubts

Reasonable Doubts

A Religious Skeptic Learns a Thing or Two about God

By Cheryl Berman

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Reasonable Doubts is the memoir of a religious skeptic’s endeavor to rediscover her source of faith, from the ground up, as she regained the ability to read following her car accident.

On the way she encounters various religious philosophers and thinkers, such as Saadya, Maimonides, Henry Bergson, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Rudolph Otto, and Abraham Joshua Heschel, who provide her with clues to a spiritual resolution.

This book was written to help support those experiencing a faith crisis and reassure them that they are not alone. Philisophical suggestions are given towards resolving spiritual and religious questions, while leaving the solution to the individual reader.


About the Author

Cheryl Berman is a teacher and writer with a Master's degree in Medieval Jewish Philosophy from Bernard Revel Graduate School. Berman has taught Jewish Philosophy in various institutions of learning in New York and Israel, and has the unique ability to communicate complex dilemmas of faith in relevant and pragmatic terms. She lives with her family in Israel where she writes and teaches Jewish Philosophy.

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Additional Info

Additional Info

ISBN 978-965-524-039-9
Pages 158
Format Hardcover
SKU urim1161
Publisher Urim Publications